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CMU men's basketball: Mavs stay committed to improving

Despite going 1-7 to start off the year, the Maverick men haven't lost faith in the process. Head Coach Andy Shantz says his team is as motivated as ever to improving their game.

The Grand Junction Tigers focus on experience rather than winning in these first wrestling tournaments of the season.

Fruita Monument girls basketball cruises to a 39-10 victory over Uintah on Tuesday night. Wildcats improve to 4-0 on the year.

Despite their strong start to the season, CMU Women's Basketball Head Coach, Taylor Wagner, says there's still lots more he expects to see from his team in terms of offensive production.

With two of their leading scorers from last year out of the mix, the Lady Bulldogs are using these nine games before the winter break to figure themselves out offensively.

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